By Ali Dogramaci (auth.), Ali Dogramaci (eds.)
There is a wide selection of views for productiveness research. The again grounds of other researchers and practitioners who paintings in this subject comprise such fields as economics, company management, and commercial engineering, between others. inside of every one such box, there are assorted faculties of proposal at the conception and alertness of productiveness research. usually it isn't tough to watch an absence of verbal exchange one of the advocates of those separate faculties. the aim of this e-book is to offer in one quantity samples of different ways to productiveness analy sis. this can be regarded as a primary step towards a greater conversation between practitioners and researchers within the fields of administration, business engineering, and economics. the point of interest of the booklet is at the usa, the place the productiveness progress challenge has been acute for it slow. The e-book starts off with a quick evaluate bankruptcy that covers a number of the matters concerned with productiveness research and a pattern of methodological ap proaches shortly in use. After this advent, we circulation to bankruptcy 2 the place Solomon Fabricant offers the problems relating to size and research on the macroeconomic point. In bankruptcy three, C. Lowell Harriss discusses strategies that he considers es sential for productiveness progress: capital formation, technological growth, and freedom.
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These, as their designation indicates, compare output, not with worker-hours alone, but with some more or less complete measure of total factor input, including tangible capital as well as labor input. 1 percent for the whole of the preceding postwar period, 1948-1973 (Denison, 1978a). 7 percent for 1948-1973 (Kendrick, 1979). 3 percent for 1948-1973 (Christensen, Cummings, and Jorgenson, 1978; Christensen and Jorgenson, 1979). None of these indexes of total factor productivity is available through 1978, but we can be sure here too that developments since 1976 or 1977 would not alter our conclusion.
1 percent for the whole of the preceding postwar period, 1948-1973 (Denison, 1978a). 7 percent for 1948-1973 (Kendrick, 1979). 3 percent for 1948-1973 (Christensen, Cummings, and Jorgenson, 1978; Christensen and Jorgenson, 1979). None of these indexes of total factor productivity is available through 1978, but we can be sure here too that developments since 1976 or 1977 would not alter our conclusion. The slowdown shocked us out of any complacency we may have felt regarding our understanding of productivity and productivity change.
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